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Acoustics and Sound Systems for Pusat Dakwah Islamiah Hall at Seremban, Malaysia
A new 1000-seat acoustically treated multipurpose hall at Seremban, Malaysia, has a unique hexagon shape featuring unique ceiling reflectors acoustically configured and set at three different angles to provide natural reinforcement throughout the listening area. The sound system installed was designed to assist these reflectors to provide realism. The acoustic quality and sound system performance are discussed.
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